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MSNBC
Nov 1, 2013 2:00am PDT
. hallmark famous for their holiday ornaments. this one little controversial. you can see it here. don where he now our fun apparel. they kind of changed the christmas lyrics to this one. they're getting a little criticized for taking the word gay out. >> and they apologized. >> they realize now it was in bad taste. >> they should apologize for the sweater. >> this is stirs lois first loo. would too early oig starts right now. >>> the new york yankees released this congratulatory message for the red sogsox. take a look. >> the new york yankees would alike to extend congratulations to their arch rivals on their 8th championship in 109 years. you'll match our 27 championships in the year 2271. good luck, fellows. >> let us enjoy just for a little while. if turns out pieces of the world series already headed to the hall of fame. we'll tell you what will be on display as i try to stretch this story as long as humanly possible. perhaps you've been in this situation. you're scorching toward a high score in whatever game you waste time with and the flight attendant says you have to power down
MSNBC
Nov 15, 2013 8:00am PST
. >> unbelievable is right. joining me now is don peat, city hall bureau chief for "the toronto sun." he's been covering the mayor since he took office. don, it's good to have you here. obviously that reporter's reaction was fresh, right in the moment. certainly tried to play it off to the best of her ability. later on in the day, though, we have the mayor coming back out of his office to apologize. i want to show that to everybody. take a look. >> i want to apologize for my graphic remarks this morning. these allegations are 100% lies. >> i might have had some drinks and driven, which is absolutely wrong. >> so we know that he's admitted to drinking and driving. during one of the pressers his wife put it best when she said my husband has already said enough. don, over your years of covering this mayor, i mean because he was on the city council prior to becoming the mayor, what was his behavior like and how is this going over with the people who elected him into office? because the behavior, it's a personal influence that's rubbing off on his professional decision-making. >> right. well, h
MSNBC
Nov 27, 2013 2:30am PST
single. >> we've got don a lot of dumb things on the show. that's one of the dumbest things i've ever seen. >>> i apologize, dog yoga fans. what are you thankful for? your best and most creative tweets and morning joe just moments away. [ male announcer ] if you can clear a crowd but not your nasal congestion, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec-d®. powerful relief of nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter. and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. cheryl burke is cha-cha-ing in depend silhouette briefs for charity, to prove that with soft fabric and waistband, the best protection looks, fits, and feels just like underwear. get a free sample and try for yourself. before using her new bank of america credit card, which rewards her for responsibly managing her card balance. before receiving $25 toward her balance each quarter for making more than her minimum payment on time each month. tracey got the bankamericard better balance rewards credit card, which fits nicely with everything else in life she has to
MSNBC
Nov 21, 2013 9:00am PST
don, to say nothing of preparing the meal itself. it's the biggest and in some cases the only dinner party they will throw all year. for advice to do it right, what to cook and what to reflect on while gorging we're joined by our panel. >> adam, thanksgiving is maybe the best holiday in my mind we have because it's about coming together and thus far has not been overly commercialized. why do you like thanksgiving and tell me your thanksgiving. >> lets get rid of the maybe. it is the best holiday, period. what i like about thanksgiving other than you drink during the day, encouraged to drink during the day. you gather people around the table that's not immediate family, that diffuses crazy family tension. in d.c. this year, seeing friends who i grew up next door to and their kids and their kids' kids. for a week we're e-mailing who is going to cook what you reconnect with people. >> and connect in a way which you don't anymore, sam sifton. in the day and age everything updated on facebook. >> this is irl holiday, in real life, texting away. >> checking his e-mail about four seconds ag
MSNBC
Nov 15, 2013 7:00pm PST
juvenile facility charged with rehabilitating some of america's most dangerous teens. >> they don't think. they don p
MSNBC
Nov 4, 2013 2:00pm PST
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MSNBC
Nov 13, 2013 7:00am PST
for hill taary super pac which met its first finance strategy session. don democratic thinkers were on hand for an all-day session. i want to bring in two people inside those meetings. former clinton adviser tracy supple. mitch stewart was also a senior adviser and first director of the obama for america campaign. good to see both of you, thank you. >> good morning. >> thank you, chris. >> take us inside that room, tracy, as much as you can. what are the big takeaways. >> the takeaways are there is significant momentum with new donors, old donors, familiar faces, new faces. 1.1 million people have already participated in the facebook effort at ready for hillary.com and those numbers are going up very dramatically every day. so what happened yesterday was a group of people coming together to talk about what to do, how to get more people, how to continue this momentum and really seize this moment early on as a significant foundation to create this movement of people who are in fact, quite simply, ready for hillary. >> we're going to get back to this conversation but we need to go live
MSNBC
Nov 1, 2013 12:00pm PDT
were, if they were people who suffered heart attacks or fell down or whartever, we don' know. in terms of shooting victims, we only heard of four tsa people, one of whom was killed and the gunman for a total of five. in terms of the identity of the gunman, there had been reports and you heard if you were listening closely, you heard the he authorities ask questions about a report circulating, that the gunman is an offduty or former tsa employee. we've been told by several officials that that is not the case. they are still trying to verify the identity of the gunman and there will be lots of investigation now about what the gunman had in mind, is there any -- did he leave behind any writings, why did he go there? that is all unknown at this point. >> thanks for that. pete, lots of questions still being answered at this time. we'll have more from you late e joining us on the phone, an eyewitness who was questioned by police at lax. >> how are you? >> good. >> i'm at lax right now. i'm at the international terminal. i was in terminal three and just gotten through the security when
MSNBC
Nov 24, 2013 1:00pm PST
a full screen. i want to point out. one of the things that's so important in this don vconversa dana, you know, we are seeing more and more things happening at the state level. with naral ballot initiatives, colorado, tennessee, north dakota, wisconsin. the point is, we've focused so much of the conversation at the federal level, but at the state and now local level, which is what i think albuquerque showed us, we really have to pay attention. because these measures are being introduced in the legislatures. >> that's right. it is really upsetting as a woman and a mother who four years ago desperately needed the help of an abortion. and i live in a state that actually doesn't have tremendous restrictions. but in my case, for the -- as late as we were with our pregnancy, we had one option. that option was not in my state. it was across the country. we had to travel to colorado to get our help. >> dana, just to your story, one of the things i think is so important in this conversation is that, you know, the more we tell stories and liz and i were just talking about this. stories, i thin
MSNBC
Nov 12, 2013 7:00am PST
, tony dungy, don shula, former quarterback dan marino, jason taylor, former jets running back curtis martin. if this is part of what the nfl culture is, dave, how tough is it going to be to change? >> well, it's going to have to change because we're not living in an era where the locker room is a sealed environment anymore. we're living in an era of social media, where people keep their voice mails, where people keep their e-mails and if there's somebody who wants to blow the whistle, they're going to have a lot of material evidence to move forward with. let me explain also why the nfl will move heaven and earth to make this change. we just came off a month, remember, where nfl players are wearing pink on the field. i'm not trying to doubt their commitment to fighting breast cancer but a lot of that is to appeal to women, to make it clear to them -- they're also holding moms across the country but to make it clear to women that playing in the nfl is not an express route to concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, it is a positive route let for your sons. when you have an inc
MSNBC
Nov 22, 2013 2:00am PST
a don' ed adopt nuclear option. >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. 50 years ago today, the nation lost its 35th president when john f. kennedy was struck down by a bullet. president and mrs. kennedy's rip to texas included a number of for thes around the state to various cities and jackie kennedy managed to steal spotlight among the excited crowds. brian williams reports on the events leading up to that shot heard round the world. >> reporter: at their third texas stop in ft. worth, even though it was late and raining, people lined the streets to see them. the kennedys spent their last night together at the hotel texas. the next morning, november 22nd, the president emerged to greet a crowd of 5,000 gathered outside. >> i appreciate you being here this morning. mrs. kennedy is organizing herself. it takes longer. but of course she looks better than me. >> reporter: and when she appeared, mrs. kennedy made a stunning entrance wearing the now famous pink chanel suit, wheat gloves and pill box hat. >> a few years ago i sbr drused myself in paris by saying i was the man who acc
MSNBC
Nov 3, 2013 9:00am PST
the other for the exact same procedure. i think that's a reality that's going to start donning on people down the road. that the essential craziness of the costs that we have to spend that sometimes are irrational was not really truly confronted in attempting to do what i think is very admirable, expand access. >> eleanor, overall when you look at the enormity of this whole undertaking, is it just a matter of time before it's all cleared up? >> if you look back at the prescription drug plan, which took two years, really, to get going, if you look at the massachusetts romney care, they're saying that took a while to get going. medicare, medicaid, they've all been stumbles. i essentially think this is the beginning of a correct program. it would be nice to get the insurance companies out of the picture, but that didn't happen and it's not going to happen. so we can hope that increased competition, which is afterall the basis of a capitalistic society, will in the end work and drive those costs down. the congressional budget office has basically scored this bill saying it saves money
MSNBC
Nov 15, 2013 3:00am PST
. that great scene, don draper singing "nobody never knows." there's a great cultural divide. you say it started in '63. why? >> it started in '63 because tv and radio woke up to this huge youth movement in britain. >> yes. >> before '63, kids liked the beatles, kids like the stones couldn't play on tv or radio. then tv woke up to the beatles in '63 and all those screaming girls. >> we're coming up on the 50th anniversary on what happened in february of '64. what was the moment in '63. beatles in '62 had a couple of lovely songs. in '63 they were hammering out "i want to hold your hand." what was the tv moment. >> it was an airport moment when ed sullivan was coming back from london and beatles were coming home from stock home and he saw 2,000 or 3,000 screaming girls. >> that was happening in britain. >> been this huge shift in britain in '63. then ed sullivan wants these kids on his show. they go from february '63 their first hit to february '64, 73 million americans tune in to see them. >> '63 obviously an event we're coming up on the 50th anniversary, jfk's assassination. a lo
MSNBC
Nov 13, 2013 3:00am PST
soldier's sake, for the sake of every veteran who donned the uniform and not for his country or her country. america's mission should always be to keep the peace, not police the world. in america they did not seek to become involved in every conflict around the world would do things that can make us safer at home and abroad. eisenhower is right to observe that little wars can lead to bigger wars. reagan was right, that america's purpose is to promote peace through strength. >> some people see that in the republican party, maggie, are talking again about rant paul and isolationism. what's the line that he walks here? >> he's trying to be reagan without beening an isolationist. he's trying to look at a, he's going to the citadel, a military institution, he's not avoiding it. this is a big theme of his. he is going to places that it moo be welcome. he is saying, i will keep my message consistent. i think you will continue to hear a lot of that, the line is, he has to not seem like his dad, he is saying, no wars, no time, no intervention, no anything. i think the folks feel he establish
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2013 7:00pm PST
officer eugene o don o'donnell, former law enforcement trainer. eugene, just from what you see what is wrong with that shooting? >> up until the point where there's a shooting there's ambiguity and issues you see in a car stop, but the clear line that's drawn here the agency draws the line american police forces draw the line, deadly force on a vehicle that's ultimately ends up driving away is completely inappropriate. >> the supreme court ruled a long time ago it is unconstitutional to shoot fleeing felony suspects, always improper to shoot at fleeing misdemeanor suspects. in some states they allowed that years ago. people believe when someone tries to flee from police the police have every right to shoot them. what their rule in new mexico says is they have a right to protect their own lives and the lives of others from what is reasonably believed to be an eminent threat of death or great bodily harm. i saw no threat to anyone as that car is driving away, i don't see a threat to anyone. >> firearms are a defensive weapon in the event your life is in danger. when somebody is leavin
MSNBC
Nov 22, 2013 1:00am PST
the change. >>> the senated a don' ed adopt nuclear option. >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. 50 years ago today, the nation lost its 35th president when john f. kennedy was struck down
MSNBC
Nov 12, 2013 8:00am PST
announced he'd formed an advisory committee that includes football royalty. legendary coach don shula, hall of famer dan marino, and tony dungy now with nbc sports, considered by many to be football's moral compass. on monday richie incognito was clear across the country, strolling down rodeo drive in beverly hills. newly released portions of his fox sports interview included one critical question he wouldn't answer, whether dolphins coaches ordered him to, quote, toughen up jonathan martin. >> true or false? >> i'm here to talk about my relationship with john. there's an nfl investigation and they'll get to the bottom of all that. >> but in the meantime, the dolphins struggled to keep their eye on the ball. >> and this is another test. are we going to pull tighter together or are we going to separate and i think we'll pull tighter together. >> definitely more to come. that was nbc's kerry sanders reporting. we'll be right back. on the table by not choosing the right medicare d plan. no one could have left this much money here. whoo-hoo-hoo! yet many seniors who compare medicare d pla
MSNBC
Nov 10, 2013 7:00am PST
editor of the agree owe. dave zion, sports editor at "the nation" magazine. don mcpherson and feminist activist, and espn.com columnist, jonell hill. so nice to have you all here. let me just start with you, dave. is staying and enduring the manly thing to do or is walking away and revealing, basically being a whistle-blower, the manly thing to do? >> this is about manhood versus adulthood. manhood, a very narrow definition that feeds into this gender binary of manhood in the nfl. and what does that binary mean? it means that being a man means being able to take violence, it means being able to inflict violence. it means having incredibly retrograde views about women, about lbgt people, and it means being able to be a white guy who says, i can drop n-bombs because it's all good, it's the culture. the other side, you have adulthood. that's jonathan martin saying, i shouldn't have to fight this guy to have this job. this is a union workplace. and we could spend this whole time talking about this violent, bullying, joke making, n-bomb dropping portrait of pew tres sense that is i
MSNBC
Nov 25, 2013 3:00am PST
. don writes in part this. the application of predicted an lytics to people's careers and emerging fields called people an lytic serks normously challenging not to mention ethically flawed. it touches on the deepest of human mysteries. how we grow and what we have become. most companies are just beginning to explore the possibilities, but make no mistake. during the next to ten years, new models will be created and new experiments run on a very large scale. will this be a good development or a bad one for the economy for the shapes of our careers and spirit and self worth. tell us how this is being carried out. the changes and evolutions. >> sure, mick a. thanks if are having me on. i don't know if you saw money ball, but it's the same phenomenon. billy bean turned away from his scouts and trusted the decisions to young statistical wizards who correlated characteristics with team success. it's that phenom noon is spreading more widely. over the past few years, each of us has generated more and more data about ourselves & our characteristics through surfing on the web and e-mails th
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